Bajaj Qute (RE60)

Rs 2.0 Lakh*
*Estimated Price New Delhi *Expected Launch - December 2018


August 1, 2017: The Bajaj Qute was in headlines recently as it was rumoured to have been launched in India at a price of Rs 60,000. However, the information turned out to be a hoax, and you can read about it in detail here.

The Qute is a four-wheeler that was unveiled by Bajaj in 2012. It is aimed to replace autorickshaws in India. But for that to happen, Bajaj wants the government to not consider the Qute as a car but a quadricycle, a non-existent segment for now in India.

The Qute draws power from a 216.6cc petrol engine (CNG/LPG compatible) paired with a 5-speed transmission. The engine makes 13.2PS of power and is believed to deliver 36kmpl. The Qute can achieve a top speed of 70kmph. It is already in production and Bajaj is also exporting it to some other countries. Bajaj is hopeful that the government will give a green signal to the Qute as quadricycle soon.

Bajaj Qute (RE60) models

Variants Ex-Showroom Price    
Bajaj Qute (RE60)
216 cc,  Manual, Petrol, 0.0 kmpl
Rs 2.0 Lakh*
Alert Me When Launched

Qute (RE60) User Opinions

3.5 Based on 4 reviews
  • 5
  • 3
Tell us your car story

Your review will give better insights of car

Write a Review

Popular Qute (RE60) Reviews

  • Bajaj RE60
    Ankit on 31 Jul, 2017
    Nice to see budget cars. Also gst has made a hike in what ever we buy there by people who like to buy cars think that only rich people can buy cars. But RE60 would be budget car and affordable for people who earn 15000 per month. Looking for this QUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!... 6
  • A
    Ajit on 12 Apr, 2017
    Once this car is launched, Dream to buy a NEW car for person earning Rs 20000/- month will be fulfilled, and i fell this will almost maintenance free at entry level and i have already requested to allot me the QUTE sexy in first batch of Launch. Good work by BAJAJ and Its employes and BEST OF LUCK... 10

Photos of Bajaj Qute (RE60)

  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)
  • Bajaj Qute (RE60)

Bajaj Qute (RE60) Mileage

Variant Transmission Mileage (ARAI) Mileage City
Petrol Manual  -

Bajaj Qute (RE60) review

The Bajaj Qute is a four-wheeler that was conceived to replace autorickshaws in India. The advantage that the Qute has over autorickshaws is that it’s slightly safer on the whole. Since it’s not a proper car, Bajaj wants it to be considered as a special case under quadricycles, a segment of vehicles non-existent in India.

The Qute has four doors, and it can seat two passengers in the front (including the driver) and two at the rear. As far as its exterior looks are concerned, the Qute looks more like a car than an autorickshaw. It has 12-inch wheels, and the footprint is small with the wheelbase measuring just 1925mm. It has an overall length of just 2752mm. To put things into perspective, the Tata Nano measures 3164mm. The Qute isn’t too wide either as it measures just 1312mm. The compact dimensions, however, result in a 3.5m turning radius which should help it make quick turns.

Talk about specifications, and the Bajaj Qute is powered by a small 216.6cc engine that makes 13.2PS of maximum power. It is believed to return a claimed fuel efficiency of 35-36kmpl. The Qute’s engine is also compatible to be fitted with a CNG/LPG kit.

The interior of the Qute is quite basic in terms of the equipment on offer, which is understandable as it is positioned as a commercial vehicle. So all you get is an information display unit in the centre of the dashboard and a top-loaded storage space on the passenger side. Compared to an autorickshaw, where the passengers are exposed to the elements, the Qute has doors and also front seatbelts. Since there is no separate boot storage area, the rear seat is pushed right to the back to liberate maximum possible leg space for the second row.

Overall, the Qute has some advantages over an autorickshaw. It gets a proper cabin with four doors, and seating space for three is certainly better than what it is in an autorickshaw. It remains to be seen how good it is to drive and be driven around in the city. An autorickshaw, however, appears to be easier to manoeuvre.

Upcoming Cars


Bajaj Qute (RE60) in news

Bajaj’s Budget Car, Qute – Launching Or Not?

Recent rumours have led many to believe Bajaj has finally launched a new budget car/the Qute quadricycle in India. We clear the air on the matter. Read Full News

Posted On | August 02, 2017

Bajaj Qute RE60 Spied Testing once again: Launch Near

Bajaj Qute RE60 has been spied once again testing. The four-wheeler quadricycle was caught on camera in Jaipur city of Rajasthan. It was revealed in September last year and the official launch is still pending in the Indian market, awaiting Supreme court go ahead. The quadricycle can deliver mileage of 36kmpl. Read Full News

Posted On | January 21, 2016

Bajaj 'Qute' unveiled at Global Launch

Bajaj Auto has launched its first quadricycle, the RE 60 (Qute) at approximately $2000. RE 60 was first showcased at the 2012 Auto Expo in Delhi and is being termed as a quadricycle and not a car. Read Full News

Posted On | September 25, 2015

Bajaj RE60: Could Make It To Indian Automobile Market This Year

One of India’s leading motorcycle manufacturer, Bajaj, has been developing its first four wheeler, the RE60 for quite some time. Though, it is not the technical development that has hindered the launch, but it is some legal issue that the manufacturer is facing regarding the class of automobile it will fall in. Despite this, Bajaj is putting it’s points so as to bring it here as soon as possible. The company is currently showcasing it at the Ceylon Motor Show taking place in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Read Full News

Posted On | June 15, 2015

Bajaj RE60 could be delayed as auto majors ask for 6 months to 3 years time

CarDekho has been constantly informing you about the government of India's decisions on the quadricycle category for the roads. It seems like the introduction of quadricycles in a new category may get delayed as the Indian government is expected to consume more time to address opposition and concerns of auto makers like Tata Motors, TVS and Maruti Suzuki. Few days back, the government of India discussed about the clearance for the entry of a new category, quadricycles, and it was expected that the vehicles could ply on the Indian roads by the October, 2013. Read Full News

Posted On | September 23, 2013
view more
Indicator  Loading ...
My Comparison

    Please tell us your city

    It will help us serve you better content and best deals

    eg. Mumbai, Gurgaon, Delhi